A month or so ago, I had the opportunity to review a weight management supplement.
After I finally made the decision to really change things like I was doing before Max was born, I started taking the Calorease. I have only been on it a few weeks. Let me tell you a little about it first.
Calorease is a “natural”, easy weight management system. It is recommended to take 2 tablets with a fat-containing meal, three times a day. (I did that). And for best results, stay consistent (I mostly did that).
I was skeptical at first. Not skeptical if it would be effective (because fiber does what fiber was made to do..). I was skeptical about it being all natural.
Here is what the package claims: “It is completely stimulant free and therefore heart-healthy. It has been shown to bind and eliminate up to 9 times its weight in dietary fat, reducing up to 500 calories a day from the fat in foods.”
I was impressed that: “Calorease does not contain: gluten, yeast, wheat, sugar, salt, egg,soy, dairy, artifical colors, sweeteners or preservatives. It is naturally sourced from grain and is suitable for vegans.”
*red light* What does “naturally sourced from grain” mean? My first thought was cheap GMO corn” .. Well, the website says:
You can purchase Calorease on their website. You can also find it at your local GNC.
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